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Hypertension (TCM)
Translated from the Chinese edition
Editor(s)-in-Chief:LIU Baoyan
Publisher(s):China Academic Journals (CD Edition) Electronic Publishing House Co., Ltd.
ISBN:ISBN 978-7-499-00967-7 pdf

First Published: 2020.11.23
Discipline(s): Medicine & Public Health
Price: $39 (for individuals) (中国大陆地区个人用户点此直接购买)
 

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  • Hypertension (TCM), as part of China’s Medicine Progress Series, has 23 excellent articles concerning hypertension treatment with TCM. The articles included are recommended by the editorial boards of the journals in which they were originally published, and the content mainly covers the theoretical, mechanism, and clinical studies, fully demonstrating the unique therapies and good efficacy of TCM in treating hypertension, with scientific methodological support and objective conclusions. The original articles were published in Chinese, and this book is a compilation of English version of selected articles.

  • LIU Baoyan is currently the lead researcher at China Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences, chief physician, the chairman of the World Federation of Acupuncture-Moxibustion Societies, the China Association of Acupuncture-Moxibustion, and the Standardization

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1. Effects of tetramethylprazine on left ventricular hypertrophy and nicotinamide-adenine dinucleotide oxidases in renovascular hypertension of rats

The Chinese Journal of Clinical Pharmacology,Part 1: Mechanism Study,Vol 33,No. 01

2. Protective effect of polyglycosides of Tripterygium wilfordii Hook. F. on salt-sensitive hypertension-induced renal injury in mice

The Chinese Journal of Clinical Pharmacology,Part 1: Mechanism Study,Vol 34,No. 02

3. Anti-apoptotic effect of Icariin on renal tubular epithelial cell in SHR

Chinese Pharmacological Bulletin,Part 1: Mechanism Study,Vol 32,No. 03

4. Lipidomics study on intervention by Uncaria on hepatic metabolic disorder in spontaneously hypertensive rats

Acta Pharmaceutica Sinica,Part 1: Mechanism Study,Vol 54,No. 04

5. Antihypertensive effect and mechanism of Dendrobium officinale flos on high-blood pressure rats induced by high glucose and high fat compound alcohol

China Journal of Chinese Materia Medica,Part 1: Mechanism Study,Vol 43,No. 05

6. Effects and active substances of ethanol extract from Dendrobium officinale on metabolic and hypertensive rats induced by comprehensive dietary

China Journal of Chinese Materia Medica,Part 1: Mechanism Study,Vol 44,No. 06

7. Effects of Radix Salviae Miltiorrhizae on Endothelial Dysfunction Induced by Serum of Hypertension Patients with Blood Stasis Syndrome

Chinese Archives of Traditional Chinese Medicine,Part 1: Mechanism Study,Vol 37,No. 07

8. Network pharmacological screening of protective effect of vanillic acid from Radix Astragali on hypertension-related myocardial remodeling

China Journal of Chinese Materia Medica,Part 1: Mechanism Study,Vol 45,No. 08

9. Electroacupuncture of “Quchi” (LI 11) Inhibits the Elevation of Arterial Blood Pressure and Abnormal Sympathetic Nerve Activity in Hypertension Rats

Acupuncture Research,Part 1: Mechanism Study,Vol 41,No. 09

10. Effect of Acupuncture at “Taichong” (LR3) and “Neiguan” (PC6) on Blood Pressure and Contents of Aspartic Acid and Glutamic Acid in the Rostral Ventrolateral Medulla in Spontaneous Hypertension Rats

Acupuncture Research,Part 1: Mechanism Study,Vol 42,No. 10